At GreenLeaf Roofing, we offer more than just excellent quality roofing installation and repairs. We offer a number of roofing and system products, including:

  • Radiant Barrier Systems
  • R Panel Roofing
  • Standing Seam Roofing
  • Elastomeric Roofing
  • Silicone Roofing
  • Modified Bitumen Roofing
  • TPO Roofing Systems
  • Ballasted Roofing Systems

What is a Radiant Barrier System?

Radiant barrier systems help to lower your heating and cooling costs by controlling the amount of heat that enters or exits your home or business. The systems helps your air conditioning and heating systems work more efficiently and economically.

What is R Panel Roofing?

R Panel roofing is a way to retrofit a new product over existing composition shingles. This saves on the cost of disposal and the labor that goes along with it. It also takes less time for a quicker project completion. This roofing repair alternative is low profile and versatile, making it a perfect choice for applications that might otherwise be difficult to repair.

What is Standing Seam Metal Roofing?

Standing seam roofs are some of the favored types of metal roofs becoming prevalent. Stop imagining the corrugated tin roofs you see on warehouses. In these applications, wide panels of metal – usually coated steel but possibly copper, aluminum, or other metal – are installed in an overlapping manner.

What is Elastomeric Roofing?

The technical explanation of Elastomeric coat roofing is that it is a rubberized roof paint that provides protection to foam and other roof types to create a long lasting, protective surface.

A clearer explanation is that it is a fix that allows you to keep your roof longer without making expensive repairs. This coating can prevent a roof from suffering further damage, including cracks, holes, and leaks. It can also add longevity and cosmetic appeal to a roof that has otherwise been aesthetically compromised.

What is Silicone Roofing?

The use of silicone roof coating is popular partially because of the ease of application. Because it can be spray-applied, it is quick and easy to install. As roof coatings go, it is also one of the best choices based on a dollar-for-dollar comparison with other roof coatings. GreenLeaf Roofing can assist in determining whether silicone roofing is right for your application.

What is Modified Bitumen Roofing?

Modified bitumen derived from asphalt roofing. The new evolution is created from a blend of asphalt and a variety of rubber modifiers and solvents, thus the naming convention of ‘modified.’

A modified bitumen roofing system is more resistant to the movement of a building. It also works better with metal-to-membrane interfaces better than a built-up roof (BUR).

What is TPO Roofing?

TPO roofing is a blend of polypropylene and ethylene propylene rubber components. It is highly reflective (especially in white) and UV resistant, able to reflect upward of 85% of harsh rays. This makes it extremely effective in reducing energy costs in air conditioned facilities. It also provides qualifications for LEED credit, and it is Energy Star rated. It is also approved by the Cool Roof Rating Council.

What is Ballasted Roofing?

ballasted roof is created by loose laying the components of the roof first. This means that the roofing contractor can assemble the roofing material, thermal barrier, and insulation without fastening them to the roof deck or to each other. Then, the seams are sealed, and a waterproof layer is secured to the parapet and roof penetrations. However, it is the weight of the ballast – the organic material – made from soil now rather than stone – that holds all the components in place.

Let GreenLeaf Roofing contractors help you define what product will work best for you!